Maureece Levin is an environmental archaeologist and educator. She specializes in in the study of plant scraps from archaeological sites or archaeobotany. Maureece applies archaeological data to studying human landscape use and agriculture systems over extended periods in her research. She is interested in the long-term sustainability of how people grow food and what the archaeological record can teach us about cultural adaptations and environmental conditions modifications.
Reecie has led archaeological field projects on Pohnpei and Pingelap in Micronesia, working with both outside archaeologists and local communities, and collaborated with researchers on projects worldwide. She has taught anthropology and archaeology at community colleges and universities on the US west coast.
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